Monthly Archives: December 2010

Reflecting on reflections


I’m still traveling, a long way away from my film chemicals and scanner. Still going digital. I went for a walk yesterday with my Nikkor S 1.4 lens on my Nikon D5000. The D5000 was a budget model from nikon. … Continue reading

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Pressing a button two times (travel and photography)


I’m still on the road. The family is too big now for simple logistics around Christmas time, and me and the boys have driven 2500 km. My plan was to stop frequently to take photos, but in practice this would … Continue reading

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Brisbane by Sigma 10-20


Brisbane; it’s a beautiful city, a great climate. The clouds here billow and pillow in the summer, and the air is heavy in the afternoon, but not as oppressive as in the real tropics. The cloudscapes are spectacular. There’s only … Continue reading

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On the road


Postdigital Photo Blog is on the road! I’m on holidays, which for the moment means I have the opportunity to write this blog quite freely, but not much chance to take photos. Ironically, because I had to be somewhere talking … Continue reading

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Unified theory of childhood and relativity


When I was kid, one of my favourite books was Patric Moore’s Can you speak Venusian.* It is still a good read – Crusty old Moore (and as I write, he’s alive and kicking at 87 – it seems to … Continue reading

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Rockhampton by Holga


A few weeks back we were lucky enough to score a night at the Rockhamtpon Boutique Hotel. Actually, we’d been given this months earlier, by the talented ┬╗Madelyn from Flickr, who won it due to her fantastic photography. Fortunately for … Continue reading

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